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Wolf's-head (Rogues of Bindar) by Chris…

Wolf's-head (Rogues of Bindar)

by Chris Turner

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I didn't even get to finish the book. I wasn't even halfway. The language was used was extremely boring, does not seem to fit the book itself. I can read Dickens but not this one. This book is a big BORE. ( )
  krizia_lazaro | Nov 14, 2016 |
Honestly I am not a fan of overly wordy books. The story is rather disjointed. The story follows a man named Baus while he is attempting to find and fix his friend whose been miniaturized. The story jumps around and seems to spend a lot time describing things and actions that don't really matter to the story whatsoever. It took me forever to read this one because I had to force myself to finish it. Maybe it's just not my cup of tea. My only word of advise would be, if you don't get absorbed in the first chapter then put it down and walk away. ( )
  demonite93 | Mar 28, 2013 |
This novel has quite a slow start, as I only really became interested in the story about halfway through. However, from that point on, I was intrigued and wanted to know what would happen to Baus. ( )
  madamediotte | May 21, 2012 |
The first book from Chris that i read was Denibus Ar which i liked (a lot). The next was Fantastic Realms which gave me a headache. Nice stories but alost unreadabe to a non_native speaker. This book is no better but is also hampered by two other things. First of all, there is no real plot (that i could find) but rather a sequence of unbelievable adventures. Nothing amiss with that but other than the main character, Baus, it does make you wonder where all the other characters have gone and done. Maybe this is explained in the next books but if so that woud be equally unsatisfactory. This book does require multiple plot lines that diverge-converge or a lesser amount of main characters.

Talking about characters, they are not ovely developed either. It took me a while to figure out whether Baus was cunning or just plainly lucky for example...

All in all a though read for all people without a degree in english literature. ( )
  hydrografie | Dec 9, 2011 |
The words get in the way of this story, which is a shame as it could well be an excellent pulp fantasy. If you are a fan of grandiose, overly descriptive language in your fantasy novels, this may well be for you. ( )
  DoskoiPanda | Nov 3, 2011 |
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